Clark Sorensen Garden Themed Urinals

25 02 2014

Clark Sorensen is becoming known as the urinal man, but he seems fine with that. Here are a few of his garden themed urinals.

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Simon Beck’ Snow Design

6 01 2014

Simon Beck creates unique artworks by walking in the snow wearing raquettes (snowshoes).

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Javier Perez – Everyday Objects

19 11 2013

Javier Pérez Estrella is an art director who mixes everyday objects with line drawings and post the illustrations on his Instagram account. Here are a few of them.

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Hay Sculptures

1 11 2013

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Celebrity Halloween Pumpkins

31 10 2013

Is your Halloween pumpkin ready yet? Here are a few ideas if you want to impress the neighbors.

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Weird Food Tattoos

1 10 2013

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Bacon Art

3 09 2013

Where one sees food, another one sees art… or something…

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Howard Solomon Castle

30 08 2013

Howard Solomon began building his castle in 1972 when he was looking for a quiet place to work. He found it in a Central Florida swamp, but when he discovered that the land he’d bought didn’t have enough high ground to build the horizontal building he wanted, he decided to build vertical. “I never was a very good planner,” he admits. “I decided, ‘Well, if I’m gonna go up, I might as well pick a style’.”

What is Solomon’s ultimate goal? “To get out,” he says. “I want to find a rich Japanese or Arabian investor and sell the place. It’s gotten too big.” You can have it for $ 2.5 Million U.S. Dollars.

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Light Sculptures By Diet Wiegman

28 08 2013

As a progressive ceramist, artist Diet Wiegman (1944) acquired fame in the late sixties. Rusted cans and military bags which he made from clay, could not be distinguished from real ones. Even though Wiegman leaves few disciplines and media untouched, his international breakthrough was caused by his ingenious shadow and light sculptures where, by illuminating a pile of waste, a contrasting image would appear on the wall in the form of a highly detailed shadow. ‘When trash becomes ideal beauty‘.

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Simon Hennessey’s Glasses

26 08 2013

Simon Hennessey creates hyper-realistic paintings of famous landmarks around the world which appear to be reflected in the lenses of a pair of sunglasses. The paintings are so lifelike they have often been mistaken for photography.

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